Twos and Threes
One of the most effective approaches for involving participants in the learning process is to ask them to write questions based on the content of your presentation. By asking participants to exchange these questions and then answer them, you double the opportunity for actively processing the information.
The activity consists of three parts. First, participants listen to a lecture, taking careful notes. After the lecture, each participant writes a closed question on a card. For the next several minutes, participants go around the room or table and answer each other's questions, scoring 1 point for each correct answer. ...